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control. preparing to strike. septa workers could walk the picket line next week. we track the negotiations ahead of the tuesday deadline. and temple university ups the ante on campus security. what they're doing to head off dangerous flash mobs before they happen. good morning. this is nbc10 news today. i am rosemary connors. it is 8:30 on this saturday. thanks for being with us. let's take a live look outside where it's a little chilly now, but look at the clear skies. it's going to be a great day ahead. warmer weather is on the way. let's get more on that from meteorologist krystal klei, the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> hi, rosemary. the forecast looks really great getting into the afternoon. first we have to deal with a chilly morning. we saw a lot of temperatures across the region below freezing or close to freezing. this is a look in comparison to
24 hours ago. the 24 hour change map. 12 degrees cooler in allentown than yesterday. 12 degrees cooler in wilmington, vine land. 17 degrees cooler in mount holly. 8 degrees cooler in philadelphia. it definitely is chilly to start the day. temperature wise, numbers are starting to climb. 45 in coatesville. as you get out the door, you want the jacket. dress in layers. as we move through today, you need to peel some of them off. radar and satellite shows scattered clouds in place, otherwise a good mix of sunshine in the forecast through this afternoon. that means climbing temperatures. we'll look at how warm we get today and warmer for sunday coming up. we heard these rumors, we don't know what to believe and i'm sure there will be even more rumors.
>> hillary clinton now dealing with a political bombshell ten days from the election. the fbi says it's investigating new e-mails connected to the democratic presidential nominee, her top aide and the aide's estranged husband, disgraced former congressman anthony weiner. sources tell nbc news, the fbi found the e-mails on weiner's laptop looking into allegations that he sent inappropriate messages to an underage girl. his estranged wife huma abedin sent e-mails on the same laptop weiner used to send inappropriate messages and photos. here's the focus of the new investigation. the fbi checking to see if abedin's e-mails to clinton were classified. it is not known yet if the new ones are duplicates of e-mails the bureau already investigated. nbc10's monique braxton is live in the digital operations center. monique, this started with a
letter from the fbi director to congress. tell us about it. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. we have been monitoring feedback all morning long. donald trump says the fbi would not have released this unless it was the most egregious criminal offense. secretary clinton says she wants to know everything the fbi has discovered. the e-mail messages from huma abedin put them back on the private e-mail server case. he says the e-mails may be pertinent but did not say if they revealed any government secrets. back in july, comey said the investigation was over and recommended no charges. last night, clinton urged full disclosure by the fbi. >> director comey noted that this new information may not be significant so let's get it out. we don't know the facts which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that
it has. >> reporter: clinton's opponent, republican donald trump pounced on the e-mail issue at a rally here in iowa last night. >> the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time unless it were a most egregious criminal offense. it is everybody's hope that justice at last can be delivered. >> reporter: trump also praised the fbi one day after blasting the bureau for its handling of the e-mail investigation. mrs. clinton will be out in florida today. donald trump will be campaigning in colorado and arizona and no doubt, we will be on top of all comments they make and have them for you. live from the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. running mate governor mike pence seized on the announcement campaigning in bucks county yesterday. he commended the fbi at a rally
in bensalem and added this. >> we call on the fbi to immediately release all the e-mails pertinent to their reopened investigation. the american people have a right to know. >> former president bill clinton was also in pennsylvania yesterday, although he did not mention the fbi investigation when he stumped for his wife in reading. >> this is one of four shirts that i own made in reading, pennsylvania. >> the former president attacked donald trump for making products overseas. for more on decision 2016, check out the nbc10 app. you'll find the battleground brothers talking to millennial voters about climate change and the latest installment at nbc10.com, they talk to students at the university. new this morning, a man is
dead following a shooting in perkosie, bucks county. the shooting happened after a confrontation on second street near cult park. we are working to find out if officers made any arrests and we will keep you posted. septa workers are preparing for the possibility of a strike next week. last night dozens of them got their picket signs ready to see what happens come tuesday. if there is a strike, it's possible it could last through the start of the presidential election. the work stoppage would force volunteers to find another way to get to election day locations. since pennsylvania doesn't have early voting, it makes election day more important. a strike could delay travels to work. some passengers at a bus stop plan to car pool with co-workers. >> everybody getting together, you work in the morning, guy come and pick you up, put gas in
>> other passengers also said they may rely on uber and lyft if union workers walk off the job. talks are expected to continue through the weekend as we head to the deadline, it is midnight monday into tuesday. 8:37 right now on this saturday. students at temple university may see something a little different on campus this weekend. the school wants to prevent another of the flash mops from happening. take a look at what temple is doing to
improve safety. new video of a flaming fedex flight. it is the second plane the same day to catch fire. the latest on those investigations next.
plenty of sunshine to go around. in fact, sunny conditions are going to be accompanied with some warmer air today, meaning temperatures are going to boost up from what we saw just yesterday. already seeing that warming in philadelphia. we are 42 degrees. no longer talking 30s, at least in parts of philadelphia, although elsewhere you'll see in a moment holding on. 51 by 10:00 a.m. forecasting temperature to rise into the upper 60s to low 70s in some parts of philadelphia by this afternoon. also notice the wind. around 10 to 15 miles per hour. i expect some breezy conditions in the afternoon forecast. overall, can't complain upper 60s to low 70s in the end of october. in new jersey still around the low 30s in some parts of south jersey. 47 by 10:00 a.m. sunny to mostly sunny through the afternoon. and winds are up to 15 miles per hour expected later today. temperature wise should tap into the upper 60s for forecast highs.
delaware like philadelphia will be just a tad warmer, going from 60 at noon to 67 by 4:00 p.m. and low 70s are possible. we will talk about the neighborhood forecast, take a peek at the halloween forecast coming up. >> nice weather to be in south philly. here's a live look at the sports complex. looks like it is breezy out there this morning. we know it will warm up. busy day on tap in south philly. here's the deal. 12:30, the 76ers host atlanta at the wells fargo center. 3:30 this afternoon, temple football, and then at 7:00, flyers against pittsburgh at the center. traffic in this area may be a little jammed. if heading to any of the games, mass transit may be the best bet. certainly a close call for american airlines passengers. this morning we know what caused this fire that forced an emergency evacuation. we will tell you about the rare engine failure being blamed for this scare.
temple university nearly doubling police presence following this attack. last weekend more than 100 teens and young adults formed what police called a flash mob injuring students and police. officers arrested four teenagers. nbc10 was near campus last night where officers stood on corners, others patrolled the area in cars and on bikes. this change comes as the university is celebrating parents weekend. >> were concerned, again reassuring the police are here and there's an added presence so we're comfortable. >> i feel a lot safer because, you know, if anything happens,
there's more people around. >> temple police are also monitoring social media for messages about possible flash mob attacks so that officers can stop them before they're carried out. this morning, new surveillance in showing smash and grab thieves in philadelphia striking not once but twice this week. you can see the suspects inside the macy's at roosevelt mall thursday afternoon. the men used hammers to smash the jewelry counter, steal thousands in watches. they left in a silver mercedes. that matches the same in the boyd's burglary in center city. in that incident, they used an suv to smash the front window display case at the department store. a rare, uncontained engine failure. that's what an airline official calls this jet liner fire in chicago that forced panicked passengers off the plane. nearly two dozen people were injured. you're looking at cell phone
video of chaos in the plane at o'hare international airport. passengers tumble down the emergency chute and later stood in the grass off the runway watching the american airlines they just escaped go up in flames. >> worst thing happened you can imagine. 20 seconds later we would all be dead. >> the injured passengers and crew member injuries were not serious. uncon tands engine failure is when parts break off and are thrown outside the engine. federal investigators will be looking for the exact cause of this failure. national transportation safety board is investigating this fire, a fedex plane went up in flames landing at fort lauderdale airport. the plane tilted on its side and wing burst into flames. fortunately, both pilots escaped without injury. one of the top opthalmology
the centers for medicare and medicaid services rejected the license request from wills eye hospital because most procedures are outpatient and not inpatient care. our partners at the philadelphia business journal report if the hospital loses its license, it may not be able to perform certain complex surgeries. wills eye says it will continue business as usual, except it will not be able to treat 24 hours of care after november 26th. the hospital on walnut street in philadelphia is exploring its legal options. well, it was a cool start to the morning. we saw a lot of temperatures out there around freezing or a little above it. now the numbers are starting to climb which is what we expected. today is a forecast that actually suggests you should probably get outdoors because we'll be warmer than average.
here are the temperatures currently in the pennsylvania suburbs. west colin twoip, 47, unionville, 35 degrees. most of us now above the freezing mark. still see a few 33 degree temperatures in milford township, 33 degrees. these numbers continue to climb through the morning and into the afternoon. we expect to make it back into the 60s in some locations. now to delaware neighborhoods. already seeing some of these in the 40s. middletown, 40, wilmington also at 40 degrees. few spots are also in the upper 30s as well. you see a lot of 39 degree temperatures like lincoln and fell ton. lewis beach, at 44 degrees to kickoff the morning. still chilly. going to grab the jacket, but likelihood is you will not need it this afternoon instead of what you have been feeling the past couple days.
radar and satellite shows us clear with scattered clouds moving. that's the white colors moving through in philadelphia and central and north new jersey. those clouds are on and off throughout today. nice sun, cloud mix. mostly sunny conditions are accompanied by warmer air which is why you can see temperatures boost up. high pressure dominates to the south. when you have that happen, funnel in some of that warmer air from the west. that allows temperatures to increase from what we have seen the last few days. here's the weekend forecast. looking at saturday. 71 in philadelphia, 68 in the suburbs. a lot of us in the mid to upper 60s. south jersey, 69. and mostly sunny. into sunday, we have a chance for rain. that's late day into sunday night. that's because that's when a cold front will start to pass through. notice that before that, temperatures are still going to be able to warm up again. 76 in philadelphia, 77 in delaware, and also in mid 70s for south jersey. as for your monday with the cold front passing, cooler air is
back. we drop down to more typical for this time. year. 60s monday in philadelphia. 56 in lehigh valley, and 60 degrees in jersey shore. overall, a cooler but more typical fall halloween. coming up, the ten day at 10. talk about the ups and downs of the forecast through the extended forecast. >> roller coaster. you can't help but feel the love and excitement of wednesday's child. sarah is an energetic teen who is really interested in history. as nbc10 vai sikahema shows us, she's hoping the next chapter of her life will include a forever family. >> would you like to try on period costumes? >> yeah. >> sarah is a sweet, fun loving 18-year-old with a bright smile and warm heart. she has a passion for all things historic. we headed back in time to morrisville, pa. she had a great time seeing what life was like on the estate.
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of hard hit victims says although significant progress has been made in the largest recovery program, 54% remain dissatisfied with the state's recovery efforts. >> thank god i found a future with hope. >> going to be installing counter top next week. >> reporter: for the past year, a faith based organization coordinated work to elevate and renovate homes, with much of the labor done by people with skills. >> this couldn't be done without volunteer involvement. >> reporter: so far, a future with hope rebuilt 250 sandy damaged homes from union county to cape may. >> i'm so grateful. >> reporter: the hope now is to have nan back in her own house in time for thanksgiving with a tenth and final move. ted greenburg, nbc10 news. you're looking at protesters
at a superstorm sandy anniversary event in seaside heights yesterday. new jersey governor chris christie was about to deliver a speech when he was interrupted. the protesters told him they're angry about not being able to return to their homes. >> but we need to keep things in perspective. it is 11 years since katrina and there are still huge neighborhoods in louisiana that are not rebuilt. >> the governor and his aides did take down some of the homeowners' contact information and promised to call them. today dogs and owners walk for a cause. the 5k race begins this morning. if you don't have a dog, you can borrow a shelter dog for the event. all proceeds benefit the animals. and they'll have a day of the dead celebration at penn museum. the museum has hispanic artwork on display, including a special
altar honoring juan gabrielle. day of the dead is prevalent in mexican and other cultures. it is open 11:00 to 4:00. all are welcome. members of telemundo dough and nbc10 team will be there. 8:56 now on this saturday. hillary clinton is asking for quick action from the fbi. the presidential candidate is dealing with a new e-mail controversy. we'll hear from her and donald trump about the investigation. and you might have woken up to the 30s, but we're in store with a big warmup for the next couple days. we'll track those temperatures after the break.
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i can't believe halloween is here. it will be thanksgiving soon. good morning. welcome back to nbc10 news today. i am rosemary connors. it is just after 9:00 this saturday. thanks for being with us. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the nice temperatures out there. krystal, nice break from cooler weather we had this week. >> absolutely. this morning is still chilly. we woke up in some spots to below freezing temperatures. now the numbers are picking back up. 45 in philadelphia. in the suburbs, 41 degrees. clear to mostly cloudy outside. some 30s on the board, new jersey through lehigh valley. delaware is now at 44 degrees. and winds not a big factor yet. they come into play this afternoon with breezy conditions. forecast highs, 71 degrees in philadelphia. upper 60s in the suburbs. mid-60s in the lehigh valley valley. may squeak in low 70s through parts of delaware. these are the temperatures we
expect today, way warmer than average. the average in philadelphia is 62 degrees. looking at radar and satellite, have scattered clouds moving throughout the region, pumping in from the west. because we have west flow, we're also pulling in warm and dry air. so that means temperatures can continue to climb not just today but sunday as well. we'll take a closer look what to expect and details on halloween. we have chances of rain in the forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> see you shortly. thanks, krystal. new this morning. police investigating a deadly shooting in perkosie, bucks county. according to the police chief, someone shot and killed a man following a confrontation on second near cult park. no word if police made any arrests. we'll keep you posted if we get an update. decision 2016 is jolted by a new chapter in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal.
the fbi is now investigating new e-mails reportedly sent to clinton from a laptop shared by her top aide, and the top aide's husband, former congressman anthony weiner. clinton and her presidential opponent donald trump are both calling for a full release of information. nbc10's monique braxton is live in the digital operations center. she has been following the developments. monique, fbi director james comey wrapped up the investigation months ago, now it is reopened a week before the election. >> reporter: that's right. the fbi director said he felt obligation to inform members of congress he was once again looking into the e-mails of secretary hillary clinton. you may recall back in july comey said the investigation was over. a law enforcement source tells nbc news the e-mails were found on a computer belonging to former congressman anthony weiner. the fbi is investigating whether weiner sent sexually explicit messages and photos to an underage girl. weiner's wife is top clinton aid
huma abedin. secretary clinton urges full disclosure and trump is praising the bureau for how it is handling the investigation. >> i'm confident whatever they are will not change the conclusion reached in july, therefore it's imperative that the bureau explain this issue, any question whatever it is without delay. >> the investigation is the biggest political scandal since watergate and it is everybody's hope that justice at last can be delivered. >> reporter: republican supporters see it as a turn of good fortune for donald trump. he campaigns in colorado and arizona today. clinton who was ahead in the polls is in crisis mode, campaigning in florida. in a memo to staffers, director
comey says in part, we don't order necessarily tell congress about on-going investigations, but here i feel an obligation to do so, given that we do not know the significance of this newly discovered collection of e-mails, i don't want to create a misleading impression. in trying to strike that balance in a brief letter and in the middle of an election season, there's significant risk of being misstunld, but i wanted you to hear directly from me about it. we will be monitoring the fbi investigation and any comments on the campaign trail today. we will have that for you in the evening news cast. live from the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that, monique. last night, nbc10 spoke to voters in philadelphia, a city considered heavily democratic. they call the new development, some called for more digging into clinton's e-mails. most told us with days to go before the election, they've
already made up their mind. >> i have been watching this happen a long time, they keep doing the same thing over and over with the hopes of catching somebody doing something wrong. >> i think they should be doing it. if she's done something wrong, it should be brought to light. >> quick reminder, election day is one week from tuesday. tomorrow, governor mike pence and other political guests sit down with moderator chuck todd on "meet the press" tomorrow at 10:30 here on nbc10. this morning, investigators continue to look into why two freight trains were on the same track in delaware county before they collided head on. the two csx trains crashed into each other yesterday near concorde road in chester. four crew members were on the trains at the time. two went to the hospital and were released. people that live nearby tell us they could hear and feel the crash. >> long, loud metal crash, you could tell a metal crash, and
actually sounded like a bomb. >> crews cleared the tracks and freight service resumed by late afternoon. you may remember back in april there was another train crash just a few blocks away from where this latest one happened. in that accident, an amtrak train struck a piece of construction equipment. two workers were killed and nearly three dozen other passengers were injured. seven minutes past 9:00 this saturday. they made a mistake. the '6ers respond after criticism over decision to pull the national anthem singer at the season opener. what the organization is saying it should have done instead.
good morning. and good news. temperatures are finally starting to bump up here. we expected this. today will be a way warmer than average day. average would be the low 60s. those in philadelphia neighborhoods, increasing to the upper 40s in areas. it was a chilly start. the airport is 45 degrees. we are at 43 west mount area. some areas are holding on to upper 30s this morning. fox chase in the mid 40s as well. a lot of this looking better after the last couple hours. areas like lehigh valley are still chilly. a lot of 30s on the map. cookstown, 36. fleetwood, close to 40, and walnut, barely above freezing at
33 degrees. these numbers will move into the mid-60s by later today into the afternoon. radar and satellite showing up. we have scattered clouds in place, also seeing clearing. that means we have a mostly sunny forecast, mix of clouds and sun throughout the morning. most of the clouds heading north and east of us, near central and northern new jersey. that's what we have going on with radar and satellite on the tight view. wider view allows us to see we have warmer air pumping in. when you have warmer air pumping in, temperatures can shoot higher than the previous day. that's what we have going on. 71 in center city this afternoon. 68 in summerton. 68 in lansdale, 68 for easton. 66 in allentown. mostly sunny but scattered clouds and a bit breezy as well, gusts up to 25 miles per hour. in new jersey, 67 degrees the forecast. atlantic city, 66, and smyrna, 69 degrees. hour by hour, we are looking at
mostly clear conditions. moving into sunday, specifically getting later into the day, here's the morning look, some clouds. by late day we see chances of rain, around 5:30. moving into the night, could see more rain increasing 9:00 p.m. chances are you dry out for halloween. we get to that on the 10 day at 10. tomorrow's big game. who they're preparing for other than the cowboys. that's next in sports. , they loo us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose.
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the 76ers apologizing for not letting a singer sing the national anthem at the season opener. she was pulled minutes before the game wednesday night because she was wearing a shirt with the words" we matter. officials at the organization now say she should have been welcome to sing. the 76ers did invite her to perform at a future game of her choice. happening now. rowers racing along the schuylkill river. this is a live look where the head of the regatta is on the way. kelly drive is shut down, closed from strawberry mansion bridge to fountain green drive until about 7:00. the regatta features a reunion
for the late great kelly, a prominent rower. her son recently purchased the actress' childhood home in east falls. i'm danny pommells from csn. the eagles will head to dallas for sunday night's game but they'll face the league's leading rushing team without a key member of their defense. bennie logan will miss his second straight game with a groin injury. the cowboys average a buck 62 rushing per game. ezekiel elliott's 703 yards led the nfl. the second most penalized team, the eagles probably aren't thrilled the officiating crew for sunday's game has thrown more penalty flags than any other, but they are aware of it. >> we just want to break them down and see where they're at,
what type of penalties so we can be aware going into any football game what they are most likely to call or what they're looking for. if we have a little bit of an understanding of the crew, it does give us a little more information heading into a football game. >> if you don't know, now you know. there's only one tv station to watch the eagles game on sunday night. nbc10. kickoff at 8:30. immediately following the game, don't miss eagles postgame final live from texas. villanova's head coach posted this video of ryan arcidiacono bringing the championship trophy to the pavilion. chris jenkins getting his championship ring as well. here's the banner that will be in the rafters forever. props to the villanova wildcats. double header today. trying to follow up a 20 point nba debut, hosting the hawks. he played 22 minutes wednesday. expected to be 20 minute range
again tomorrow. flyers host the penguins tonight. try to bounce back from loss to the coyotes. they haven't won back to back games this season. pens are 0 and 2 in away games this season. to chicago. first world series game at wrigley field in 71 years. top of the seventh. former oakland a, coco crisp, base knock. and michael martinez comes in, the game's only run. indians win 1-0, take a 2-1 series lead. it's late october, which means it's playoff time in the city for public league teams as the high school season begins to hit the home stretch. playoff action from the afternoon beginning with kensington and undefeated
central. all central in this one. garrett ross key olli a 39 yard strike to omar jaladdin. cruising like smokey robinson. more big plays from the lancers. this time hooks up with colin washington. 36 yard pitch and catch. central force feeds kensington a goose egg, 50-0. more playoff action, southern and gw. jaleel turner turns on the jets. he scores from 19 yards away, untouched. more from southern. from 18 yards away, samuels touchdown. 44-8, the final. blue division title game. west catholic and cardinal o'hara. o'hara down until tom o'hara. game goes to overtime. double ot, o'hara's defense stands tall and says no. they turn to their qb, o'hara, who scores. we're tied. the lions need the extra point to win. kevin cal mee da converts. o'hara wins a thriller. celebrate why don't you, 27-26.
downingtown east and downingtown west squaring off. east looking to build on their lead. going for it, fourth and three. jeremy jennings, jay squared, carrying people into the end zone as east wins 42-20. battle of north versus south. council rock north hosting council rock south. south showing their speed. christian ja bar sky hooks one into the end zone. a 24-yard romp to the house. south wins 35-14. neshaminy trying to stay perfect. breaks the tackle with the sick spin move, and he's into the end zone. you got to love that circle button. neshaminy stays unbeaten, 35-0. souderton needs a win
springfield hosting haverford. johnny fanelli connects with joe kennedy far side. right pylon touchdown. a seven-yard pitch and catch. springfield wins 24-17, clinch a three-way share of the central league title. time now for our game of the week contestants for next week. vineland and st. augustine and cherry hill west versus camden catholic. go to nbc10.com and vote right now. that's the blitz, i am danny pommells from csn. nbc10 continues our commitment to clear the shelters, find homes foray doptable pets. joining me amy from act philly and chance. >> thank you for having us this morning. >> thanks for being with us. >> he is dressed as a pumpkin this morning, showing halloween spirit. we encourage adopters to come to
the shelter in costume. it is okay if you're not feeling just enough, pets are half price. perfect time to adopt. little guys like champ here, waiting to go home. larger dogs, too, as they usually bring home -- everybody looking for a home. all the pets are on sale. encourage people to find a new friend. >> halloween adoption spectacular, 10:00 to 5:00 at the shelter. >> tomorrow, too. >> and you said you have another event, chance will be there. >> we do at the everyday adoption center. this little guy will be there. people are looking for smaller dogs. a lot of smaller guys go there. encourage them to check it out. >> he came over, hopped into your lap. >> he is a sweet boy. his owner was ill and could no longer care for him, he ended up with us. he is going to find a nice home. he is a sweet little guy.
he is a small size but sturdy. you can kind of take him everywhere, he won't get tired. >> a lot of energy. >> yes. i think he likes his costume. he is just chilling out here. >> how old? >> he is about three, a young guy. plenty of time to make someone really happy. >> good for a family? >> definitely, yeah, someone that wants to go out and explore stuff. he was all pumped to get in the car, go on a ride. he is a good, fun, adventurous personality. >> act philly information on the screen. you can visit them on the web and today, big event at the shelter. thank you so much for coming in today. appreciate it. >> thank you. we're going to take a quick break. when we come back, krystal has a last look at the weather.
it is one, two, three strikes you're out at the old ball game! >> chicago has to be brimming with pride this morning. of course that was actor, comedian bill murray, a chicago native, leading fellow cubs fans during seventh inning stretch at wrigley field last night. murray doing his imitation of daffy duck during that rendition of take me out to the ball game. this was the cubs' first world series game at home in 71 years. there you go. >> all right. a lot of things happening at the sports complex, chtemple, flyer. >> and if you're going out
there, things are going to be nice. 71 degrees today. mostly sunny but breezy tomorrow, up to 76. warm through much of the day, late day pulling in a chance of rain. cooling down for halloween. only 60 degrees behind halloween. kids still need the jacket for halloween. >> that does it for us this saturday morning. i am rosemary connors, for krystal klei and everybody here at nbc10, have a good one. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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